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Altitude 13m a.s.l
Crystal Slabs, Pembroke © Rob Johnson expeditionguide.com
Two hundred metres to the east of Crocksydam Point is an area of folded slabs which are mostly easily seen from the headland of Mewsford Point to the east. These fine clean slabs offer some excellent lower grade pitches with relatively easy access and nothing in the way of tidal considerations to be made.
Approach from Stack Rocks in 25 mins.
|I Pulled a large block off the crux overhang on mural landscape E3 yesterday. The crux thread is possibly less solid now. The crux section is now unstable and not worth risking.|
Ed morris - 29/Mar/15
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